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Uganda Cup: Competitions Committee Verdict On URA’s Petition Against Sun City

The FUFA Competition’s Committee (FCC) that met on Friday at FUFA House has stayed the results  of the Sun City vs URA FC Uganda cup match round of 64.

FCC chaired by FUFA 2nd Vice President Darius Mugoye took the decision after analysing all grounds provided as proof by URA FC in heir petition seeking to nullify the results.

URA’s petition was found to bear no merits and thereby dismissed by the FUFA Competitions Committee.Sun City Progresses to the next round of the Uganda Cup.

Part of the verdict reads ‘A player is regarded as registered by FUFA after being validated on FUFA e–License Plus System or when the Competitions Director/manager has signed and/or stamped his/her registration forms that must include his/her name and photograph’

‘Therefore, from the records of FUFA Competitions Department, player Bbale Sadat license number 930813004 and born 08/13/1993 was registered by Sun City Sports Club of the 2nd division league/FUFA Big League in the primary registration window of the 2015/16 season’

‘The document presented to FUFA as evidence of registration of the same player with Katungulu FC of the 3rd division league of Kitara Region is total forgery’

‘FUFA Competitions Department hasn’t registered any player in the names of Bbale Sadat for Katungulu FC in either the primary or secondary windows of 2015/16 football season’

However FUFA noted with concern that the forged document constitutes a breach of FUFA Regulations, Disciplinary and Ethics code.  The FCC believes that in the process of investigations to establish the culprit, falsifying player licenses in Kitara Region by the relevant authorities, URA FC will be of importance in supporting the cause, mostly with a statement on the source of this forged license.

Sun City FC knocked out URA FC on kicks from the penalty mark 7-6 following a 1-1 draw in normal time.

Uganda Cup round of 32


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